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- Fearfest Central
- AMC Fearfest Awards 2010Polls for the Palme d'Gore, Queen of the Scream Queens, the Bleeding Man, and more.
- On-Air Schedule Over 60 movies -- from 28 Days Later... to The Wolf Man -- running from Oct. 18 to 31.
- B-movies Online Five new zombie movies -- one with Vincent Price -- plus nineteen other horror B-movies.
- Killer Conversations Video Video interviews with The Walking Dead's Frank Darabont, horror icon Wes Craven, and others.
- New Blood Video Interviews with horror's up-and-comers such as James Wan (Saw) and Derek Mears (Friday the 13th).
- Two Swedes Sweding Comedic shorts by two crazy horror fans reenacting Halloween, Friday the 13th, and eight other iconic fright flicks.
- The Walking Dead AMC's new original series premieres on Sun., Oct. 31, at 10PM | 9C.
With just a few days left to vote in the AMC Fearfest Awards, the current results in the Screamwriting category are a bit shocking: it seems that even horror's most popular author, Stephen King, can't stop the film juggernaut that is John Carpenter's Halloween. As of Friday morning, Carpenter and his co-writer, Debra Hill, have netted 42 percent of the nearly 12,000 votes that have been cast. King, nominated for his work on Pet Sematary, sits in second place, with 15 percent of the vote. George A. Romero and John A. Russo are hot on King's heels, with 13 percent for their zombie-laden classic Night of the Living Dead, while Diane Johnson and Stanley Kubrick round out the top four for their work on The Shining. (Yes, an adaptation of a Stephen King novel.)
Voting ends this Sun., Oct. 31, so choose your favorite Screamwriter and make with the mouse clicking. As of the morning of Fri., Oct. 29, the great Robert Bloch is nestled snugly in last place, with just 60 votes for his work on Asylum, an anthology film for which he wrote four stories and a framing narrative. Haven't seen the movie? Watch it for free on AMCtv.com: perhaps you'll decide it deserves 60 votes per story at least. Get out there and spread the word. It ain't over till it's over, and it ain't over yet.